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Good notrap 2012-02-24 12:34

Hello Erdem,
maybe you intended this ancient look, then plaese don愒 mind I tried a workshop. It looks like a photo that sufferd from too much sunlight all years long, or bad care when printed in 1988, or both.
Perhaps you like my workshop.
Kind regards
Elvira

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Old 02-25-2012, 03:49 AM
SteveH SteveH is offline
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Hi John, Thanks for your thoughts - always good to receive comments that are more than just "great picture". cheers, Steve
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Old 02-25-2012, 04:50 AM
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Default Hey Steve

Glad you didn't take that wrong ...just my opinion. I do like the original version better, but I do realize that it is ALL opinion. Either way, great shot. It reminded me of my my time in Varanasi and, in the end, that really counts for a lot.

I'll probably continue to "kill" your photos and leave rag tag comments, but honestly, I only do that to photographers that are good ...so never take offense. If you don't like a comment, let me know ...all in fun and learning. If you wanna put a bad comment on one of my many, many bad photos - feel free. Tell the truth, live and learn, thats what we're here for right. ...and never, ever give me points you don't want too, and don't worry about it - it will and does not effect my points or comments on your photos ...seriously. I hate that sh*t.

Keep on posting,
John
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